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Atlanta Film Festival’s Food on Film Presents ‘My Cousin Vinny’ on Its 25th Anniversary

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This is the fifth year the festival has hosted its Food on Film event

The festival will take place from Friday, March 24, through Sunday, April 2.

This year marks the 41st annual Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF), a ten-day festival with more than 160 film screenings, educational workshops, events, and more. The festival even has a special event for food lovers with Food on Film, which will screen Academy Award-winning My Cousin Vinny this year.

The screening also coincides with the 25th anniversary of the 1992 film, which was directed by Jonathan Lynn and stars Joe Pesci, Ralph Macchio, and Marisa Tomei. The screening will take place on Sunday, March 26, at 12 p.m. at The Plaza Theatre (1049 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30306). Tickets are available in advance online for $10 or $12 at the door. The screening will be free to festival badge-holders.

Immediately after the screening, there will be an after-party catered by James Beard Award semifinalist The Federal. The grits-themed party will serve the corn-based dish along with other Southern-inspired food.

The after-party will be located at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center (980 Briarcliff Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30306). Admission to the after-party is free with a ticket to the screening and to festival badge-holders.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


Paramount Announces Summer Classic Film Series Lineup

By Richard Whittaker,

The worst part about summer is everyone demanding that you go outside. Fortunately, here comes the Paramount to save all you indoor-loving film fans, with the announcement of the 2017 Summer Classic Film Series.

The begins on May 25 with a 75th anniversary screening of Casablanca, and that's just the first of three big birthday screenings that weekend, with Titanic hitting the big 2-0, and a glorious half-century for Bonnie and Clyde.

Throw in Terrence Malick's Badlands, and that quartet makes up Star Crossed Lovers, just one of a broad selection of special programming that makes up the schedule at the Paramount and neighboring Stateside. Two giants of cinema get special nods, starting with Peter Sellers, Scene Stealer, followed by Hitchcock Week's celebration of one of the masters of crime cinema. Known for the wicked senses of humor, both would appreciate other program highlights like Woody Allen's Bananas and Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, thumbing their noses at oppression under the banner of Taking Down Dictation.

Alongside Summer Film Series constants like the ongoing family festival and the celebration of foreign cinema, there are as always a few one-off special events. Austin Film Festival will be bringing in screenwriter Dale Launer for a special 25th anniversary screening of raucous legal comedy My Cousin Vinny, while Sam Beam (better known in musical circles and Iron and Wine) will present a 45th anniversary screening of John Huston's hard-hitting boxing drama Fat City.

The season winds down with the Taming of the West (including seminal Texas cowboy tale Red River and the state's defining epic Giant), before wrapping up on September 2 with Gone With the Wind. Coincidentally, the Civil War mainstay is just one of the titles whose props and production documents are stored at the Harry Ransom Center. So schedule a trip to the archives in June and July to see original material from Taxi Driver and A Streetcar Named Desire at the center's upcoming Stories to Tell exhibition before their screenings.

The Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro runs May 25 to Sept. 2. Read the full schedule below and film details pulled from the Paramount's press release. Tickets can be purchased at www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series.


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